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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. got punched in the nose, and i got pun. in the back of the head. >> tees are the faces of the men police say brutally beat a man near a philadelphia landmark. live as investigators search for the suspects, plus we'll tell you the question the victim says set off the attack. >> new this morning, philadelphia police are investigating a double shooting so wild, it sent bullets flying into parked cars. >> and a live look at storm scan3. you can see some showers and storms moving into our area. katie is here to time it all out for us, today is tuesday, june 21, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> hey there, i'm brooke thomas, thanks for choosing cbs-3, getting your day started as always with a check on weather and traffic with katie and meisha a good morning. >> good morning, guys, roads
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are looking good for now, a lot of construction, katie, you can expands on that. >> actually right along the expansion of i80, thunderstorms, wider storm on storm scan, take a look, underneath the wording of storm scan, see really heavy duty thunderstorms starting to rumble through. if you travels early this morning are taking you near the i80 corridor, take it easy, heavy thunderstorms, cumberland, cape may, cutting the border between atlantic, gloucester, camden counties also some thunderstorms, not quite as heavy, though, as the ones that you're seeing firing up around the poconos. so rough start to the morning and those are all racing southeast here. so eventually, we are going to see scattered czar eye, some spots getting hit by the storms this morning, seven # six your actual air temperature right now, very, very mild start. and heck, even in trenton, flirting with 08 even at 4:31 in the morning. so we have the warmth already to get things started. we expect to easily get back
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up to 90 degrees here in philadelphia, that would officially make it a heatwave. aside from that, not only the heat, some additional thunderstorms set to fire up later in the day, and those could turn locally strong or severe. so coming up a little later in the show, not only track those storms for you, meisha, a but also give you sense of the main impact, what we are really facing here. >> we have to use some caution for sure, thank you so much. good morning, everyone, you heard it, right now looking at the vine, closed overnight between the schuylkill and broad street. you can see it is looking like possibly the westbound side is just now opening, eastbound side obviously still closed. we'll let you know of course as soon as it opens. right now vine closed over night for the construction, looking dry for. no talcony palmyra bridge just opened for traffic again, it was up for little while there. the schuylkill headlights moving in the eastbound direction at montgomery, overall, still very, very early on a tuesday, so not much movement right nowment construction near the pa turnpike eastbound, between
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downtown valley hill road. right lane block, more construction over here for you. same kind of area, pa turnpike westbound between norristown and valley forge, left lane block. so a lot going on the pa turnpike this morning in terms every construction, more on the new jersey, in new jersey, route 42, between 295 and route 55, between one to three lanes blocked until 5:00 a.m. jim, over to you. >> thank you, meisha a new this morning, manhunt underway in kensington after double shooting sends two men to the hospital. happened just before 1:30, g and east madison street, investigators say the shooter used two guns, 18 year old man shot in the leg, 23 year old man shot in the back. both in stable condition. also, bullet holes in several parked cars. >> meanwhile, police are looking for five men wanted for a brutal attack in south philadelphia. >> the attack was caught on camera, investigators say it is too violent to show you. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo live in south philadelphia, with the latest on this investigation, jan, what's going on?
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>> reporter: brooke, jim, good morning, this was brutal attack right here at geno's steaks in south philadelphia. it happened ten days ago and the victim is healing well now, but it was an absolutely terrifying night for him and his friends. now, police want your help in tracking a group of attackers as that victim speaks out to "eyewitness news". now, this group of five men, that's what police are looking for, investigators say, this all happened on saturday june the 11, patrick cane from jen skin ton was with his wife and friends, all want add steak after attending a wedding so they stopped by geno's, he said his wife asked one of the men for the cigarette and the violence escalated quickly. he said one of the men even claimed he was a member of isis. >> my wife's girlfriend asked the guy at the able hey, does anybody have a cigarette i can bumm. then off they went. guy just lost his mind, got real angry, yelling at us, i got punched in the nose, i got punched in the back of the head, and i was bent over i got a couple uppercuts into my face.
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>> now, kane was outnumbered quickly. police say five to one. he shared these pictures with "eyewitness news" to show just how violent the encounter was. he did not go to the hospital. writing it off as a bad fight. but again, police want your help. police say the five men fled in two different vehicles, dark colored pick-up truck and an s.u.v. both of these vehicles had new jersey license plates. if you have any information, you should call police. reporting in south philadelphia, jim, barack obama, back to you. >> local team sending six therapy dogs to help victims of the orlando massacre. >> part of the cherry hill k9 crisis response team. loretta lynch is heading to orlando today to meet with investigators, she wants to find out why the gunmen targeted the gay community. in transcript released by the fbi, omar mateen told negative ocean or, quote, to tell america to stop bombing syria and iraq, saying he was out here right now. a law enforcement source tells
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cbs news authorities have now video of mateen practicing with the rifle he used in the terror attack. two survivors back in philadelphia are recalling the ordeal. patience carter, recovering from gunshot wounds. they huddled with parker's conditions inch, a kira murr nay bathroom star inside the pulse night club that night. murray just graduated from west catholic high school, killed in the attack. parker was face-to-face with her cousin's killer. >> and i keep hearing that i was one of the only few people that made it out of there alive in looking that man in his face. >> the thought that i'm just really so unable to move around on my own is a constant reminder like i really went through this. >> carter has a fractured feel you are it, will likely be four to six month before she even walks again. >> funeral arrangements are now finalized for akyra murray there. will be a viewing at monumental baptist church on friday at 8:00 a.m. her funeral is at 10:00.
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>> today bipartisan compromise to keep suspected terrorists from buying guns, senator susan collins every maine set to proposal bill today. would prevent people on no fly list or watch list from buying a gun, but would allow a person to file appeal if that happens. the senate voted down four other proposals last night, been just over a week since the mass shooting left 49 people dead, and 53 other hurt, in a orlando night club. >> well, british teenager is under arrest accused of trying to assassinate donald trump at one of his rallies. authorities say 19 year old michael steven sanford admits to planning the act of violence for a year. sanford tried to grab an officer's gun during a event saturday in las vegas. he was unsuccessful, and police arrested him immediately. sanford admits to spending the previous day practicing how to fire a glock pistol. >> we should know later this morning how pennsylvanians may vote in the november election.
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>> quinnipiac university is releasing a swing state pole. we'll have the numbers at 6:00. donald trump is explaining that oust err, campaign manager cory, he called him a good man who helped a well unified campaign during the primary season. but trump told fox news time now for different kind of campaign. >> hillary clinton's campaign is reportedly intensifying search for runningmate. democratic sources tell the associated press the aids are working on the list of candidates, and one of them says, though, primary rival bernie sanders, of course in the yet quit his campaign, is also not on the short list. this morning, one woman is in jail and another is being questioned. it is all after the murder after woman found in fairmount park. philadelphia police say 39 year old sioban armstrong was accomplice in the killing of 26 year old bryant. bryant owed another woman $800, than second person is believed to be the actual killer. charges are expected to be filed against her soon.
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bryant's remains were found last tuesday. >> this morning, the couple accused of gifting their daughter to bucks county man says they did it because of financial issues. according to court document, danielle and savia told police lee kaplan helped them through money problems. the couple says those problems happened after an amish non-profit cancel their homeowners insurance, causing them to default on a mortgage. police rescued 12 young girls from kaplan's bucks county home last week, they say he fathered two children with one of those girls. he faces several charges including sexual assault. >> another legal battle brewing in the bill cosby sex assault case, stems from cosby's goal to question his accuser, the 78 year old will be in court next month along with his accuser andrea constand, defense lawyers want to cross-examine constand, since her police statement was red in court. prosecutors filed a motion yesterday saying cosby has no right to quote prematurely attack her at a preliminary
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hearing. cosby is freon $1 million bail. we're following a developing story out west. where where firefighters are battling two new wild fires. >> intense flames turning the night sky orange. we'll have an update on the progress to get this under control just ahead. >> also ahead, hot temperatures are simply unbearable for some. we'll show you the new jersey town where this black bear went for a dip. we'll be right back.
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>> developing at this hour, wild fires continue to burn overnight in southern california. firefighters are battling two brush fires, in the angeles national forest. >> the flames look like lava. check it out. so far 4500 acres have burned. two fires are separated only by about a mile and a half. nearby neighborhoods have also been evacuated. >> further south, dry brush and extreme temperatures are fueling this wild fire near the mexico border in san diego
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county. more than 1500 acres have been burned. intense heat is gripping the southwest, palm springs, california, topped out, get this, 121 degrees yesterday. phoenix, arizona, broke record of 116, five deaths are being blamed on the heat. >> and it is so hot in part of pack. pakistan, people are knifing this rushing river to cool down. >> this was the scene yesterday. triple digit temperatures have led to power outages across the nation. >> time is four # 43:00, katie, i know, it is hot, humid, but i'm not going to complain based on those folks. >> this if he they look like they're having fun at least. >> you got to do what you got to do. scorching how the as well as the southwest. we'll heat up, not quite to those levels, but to the point it will be noticeable heat, and building humidity, now more moisture in the atmosphere to work with, thunderstorm starting to ignite in advance of the next cold front, will trigger heavy
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downpours, we do sit in some spots in our area in a slight risk for severe weather which we will get to. but at the moment these thunderstorms are almost right along this entire stretch of i80. so, i wouldn't be shocked if there are a lot of vehicles pulled over on the shoulder right now, just waiting for this to clear through. as we track this, it looks as though it is sort of just going to slide, basically, to the south-southeast, it does not right now appear as though this batch is going to make it to philadelphia. time will tell. in the meantime, as we look across our region in terms of any severe threat, slight risk extending basically into the southern part of new jersey, most of the state of delaware, if your travels take you south along i-95 into maryland, finds marginal risk it, includes us here in philadelphia. off to the north, more of general risk, but those thunderstorms off to the north along i80 mean business. this is for the rest of the day, down toward gusty winds, possibility of small size hail, as well, can't rule out, certainly as we saw on doppler frequent lightning also associated with it, let's
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track this, started off here and now, lock at this, see how it sort of glides east. so philadelphia will likely end up with some showers, but not the drenching heavy thunderstorms like currently finding. don't get too used to the fact we'll see sun throughout the afternoon. still spotty showers if not thunderstorm, then likely as colds front crosses through see another heavy batch of thunderstorms, rumble in here, and that's where your slight risk comes into play for the southern tear of the area. so i like how this model initialize z as it translates to the storm prediction center, southern region, most susceptible to the heavy stuff later today. then we clear it out. by tomorrow. so things are looking up for us here as we catch a break in the action tomorrow, the problem is another low already moving in on thursday. so rain and thunderstorms return to the forecast, but it all bodes well for friday, saturday, and yes, even sunday. we look like get nice three day weekends coming up here with highs rebounding mid and even upper 80s, meisha, back to you. >> it will be a crazy roller coaster today, thank you so much. good morning, right now the road we are looking at, the
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roads we have pulled up, are looking dry, we know it will get busy today, we know wet little later. so 95 south at academy, looking good in both directions, northbound not too worried about, southbound i keep my eye on already. see some a lot, actually, a lot of vehicles for not breaking into the 9:00 hour, interstate 95 already. here is a lock at the vine, closed for overnight construction, sounds bike eastbound side also now fouling suit, as this opening right now, new jersey, 42 freeway northbound at creek road, what you are looking at there. and then speaking of that area. you have construction here, 42 northbound and southbound between 295 and route a five, one to three lanes are blocked, and this should be lifting around 5:00 a.m. i'll confirm when this does, make note it is out there. more construction in jersey, 33 southbound, this is before 322, one to two lanes blocked, than has until 6:00 a.m. jim, over to you. >> thanks so much, meisha a well, still ahead this morning, meisha, a pay attention, treat for coffee lovers. where you will soon be able to buy cuban coffee.
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>> sweet solution for making healthier candy. we'll show you what researchers at local university found, and it may actually reduce fat in chocolate. this is double dose. coffee and chocolate.
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plans to spruce up broad street ahead of the democratic national convention next month. finds disturbing trends in how some physicians are prescribing medicine, and how a chip is helping make yoga more comfortable in class. check in two, three, four times a day on "kyw news radio" 1060 on your a.m. dial. >> researchers at temple university could be onto something. using electrical tricks to make lower fat chocolate. researchers say, they were able to reduce the fat by about 10% just by running liquid chocolate through an electric field.
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it makes the chocolate flow more easily, means it needs less fat to make your favorite treats n words on as or when it will be used in main stream chocolate. what do you think about that, electrical chocolate? >> do does it mean you can eat more of it? >> probably. >> i'm game for that. >> 4:50, time for business news. >> jill wagner joins us liver from the stock exchange, the market rallied yesterday. what are investors watching? >> encouraged by new polls show british vote letters likely decide to remain in the eu and not leave or exit when they vote thursday. still too close to call. also, heads to capitol hill today, briefing the senate banking committee, about the economy, and monetary policy. last week, the feds decided not to raise interest rates, due to concerns about the job market in part, brooke, jim? >> jill, something we like to call about in the morning, coffee, we hear cuban coffee is coming to america for the first time in more than 50
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years. >> yes, but there is a catch. nestle expresso will begin selling an expresso roast this fall, but only for home brewer respect treasury department gave the okay, purchased that coffee in europe, where it will be processed and packaged. jim, brooke? >> interesting. >> have to get meisha an expresso maker, yes, did you hear her, yes? >> you and coffee, it will be like oh! >> thanks, jill. >> coming of at the break, another check on weather and traffic. >> katie says it will be hot and humid. tracking our next chance for storms whether we come
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camden wasn't an easy place to grow up. but teachers like mr. elliot saw something in me. made a connection with me. now i'm a teacher myself, right here in camden. i'm just passing it along to my own students and making those same connections my teachers made with me. now that's some beautiful music. i'm jamal dickerson, and i'm proud to be a new jersey educator. >> we have some intents thunderstorms currently moving their way through portions of the poconos, now nudging into the northern most bran. of the northeast extension, all headed essentially southeast here. also, another rounds every thunderstorms currently moving through, you can see, how they bubbled up in the last hour or two, across southern new jersey and portions every
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northern sussex county, these will continue to, again, traverse this region, move out to sea, and then we will also see another round, we think, later on today, so, this is one of those variety pack type of forecasts that you will see some sunshine, if you have got outdoor plans, just got to plan it outright, generally the morning or i should say late morning into the early afternoon, we are going to see at least some sunshine, but heat up easily to 90 degrees, but later on today, scattered thunderstorms, strong, if not locally severe variety, are going to bring fresh downpours, gusty winds, and some potential anyway for some hail out, there as well, so we have to keep close watch on the radar, absolutely do that for you, both on air, on line. meantime, if you are hit willing the shore towns here today, you do get in on some nice weather. the whole day, can't guarantee that you are going to stay rain free, again, scattered thunderstorms start to fire up, weaver got some out there now, some later on today, but tomorrow, meisha, a nice little break between systems at least. >> yes, then the weekend sounds like might be nice. all right, katie, thank you so much. that's great information to
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know today, we move about. cameras we have pulled up, roadways we have, looking at right now, so far dry. so, if you are thinking about heading out to the roadways today, maybe little bit earlier, probably good idea. here is a look at the ben franklin bridge. gorgeous shot here. it stuns me every day, it is so beautiful. looking good from new jersey into center city. boulevard here moving in the southbound direction, looking good, once you jump on the schuylkill westbound at city avenue. you are looking good there, as well, but you can see, how many vehicles are already out there, and we haven't even cracked into the 5:00 hour. good indicate or of things to come. same story on the schuylkill, around city avenue. blue route, this is tail light moving in the northbound direction, approaching route one. you can see, few of your neighbors out there, overall things looking pretty darn good on the blue route. construction pa turnpike, between norristown, valley forge, left lane right now blocked. jim, over to you. >> thank you very much, meisha. uninvited guest that just couldn't bear the heat in new jersey. >> the black bear took a dip
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in a pool. so, what do you do when a bear decides your pool is going to be his pool? >> you let him. >> i say you move. but ya, they decided they let him have it, kept their distance, the mcneal's captured the bear's swim on video. joan said she was sitting by the pool and didn't even see him jump in. >> the bear, the bear, the bear. wasn't really glared when first saw him he was closer to the deep ends, you know, and he came in the shallow end, and it was pretty exciting. >> now, joan, we can't let bears sneak up on us, okay? after paddling around, he got out, shook himself out, headed down the street. people in the area say there have been more bear sitings. >> okay, i would not be standing there videotaping this. >> coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news", down the shore for one of the biggest event of the summer. >> fast-food melt down. coming right back. stay with us.
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liver from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> everything happened within seconds. like there wasn't even a opportunity for me to protect myself really. >> that man survived a vicious attack outside a local landmark, now, the search is on for these men. simple question that led to the brutal beating and the truck statements they made during the fight. >> also, new this morning, two men are in the hospital after getting shot overnight. some of those bullets also hit a few park cars. we'll let you know what detective say about the gunman they are looking for this morning. >> and don't be surprised if you have to dodge a few raindrops today. storm scan3, shows, some showers heading our way. katie time out the rain, and lets you know, we'll got some relief from the heat. today is tuesday, june 21, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> hey there, i'm brooke
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thomas, glad you're joining thus morning, katie and meisha are here, as women, keeping ion things, as always, hey, ladies? roads are looking good, just construction out there, no accidents to report, but everyone is wondering, when is the rain going to come in? >> depend where you are, time of day really, weaver some storms out there right now, just showed you, not everyone is getting hit. dry on the skydeck, for example, and actually still looking dry here, and you might have to look closely, but i want to show this view for a reason, pleasant valley middle and high school. notice for one thing, the temperature actually 71, but the sun hasn't even come up. it feels more like 77. indicative of the fact that you've got high dew points, in other words, very high humidity, a lot of moisture to work with, just across the skyline though should start to see storms moving in, trees right here in the for grounds, and they have been swaying quite violently, as the breeze continues to pick up there is starts to move in. take a look, very some i had line of very hea

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